I have seen numerous articles referencing the teleportation of information over a distance of 3 meters using quantum entanglement. I don't believe it. That would contradict special relativity, would it not? You could, for example, decide which of two observers moving relatively to one another has the faster clock and which has the slower clock. One observer could encode the clock time into qubits and transmit them to the other. There would be no disagreement because quantum entanglement implies instantaneous correlation of states. I think they are only querying the state of a particle. Of course, they then know that same state will be realized instantaneously at the other end, but that does not permit the transmission of information, yet the "leader" of the project, Professor Hanson of Delft University, is quoted as saying that "in principle it should be possible to teleport ourselves from one place to another". That would necessarily involve the transformation of the information within a person's brain.